“The music speaks to you every day but you are too deaf, dumb and blind to even listen to the music. You are too deaf, dumb and blind to stop what you are doing.”
Last week’s RAW saw Braun Strowman once again running riot and making a mess of anyone he met. It was great seeing R Truth getting a kicking from the big man but surely the highlight was him getting rid of Kalisto with the brilliant meme friendly “Roman Reigns is trash, now you are too!”. Awesome. Now it seems the two are going to go head to head in a dumpster match which seems like an extreme mismatch and whilst I would like to see Kalisto just annihilated, what I’m guessing is that Brock Lesnar comes down and kicks Strowman enough that Kalisto can win. Either that or Reigns makes his return. Whichever it is, it sounds good to me. 🙂
I’m keeping my heart warm for you
In case you ever feel the need to feel as I do.
Lay your head on my shoulder
And I’ll sing you a song of admiration and heavenly joy.
Perhaps I am not the boy you desire
But my body’s on fire just thinking of your touch.
I’ll reel myself in
Like a terrified terrapin
And wait and wait and wait.
A state of absolute love,
Too honest, too frank, to the skies where I will wait for your shine.
There are obviously a plethora of special edition singles and albums available today for Record Store Day 2017, the day when the independent store gets special service and can shift lots of great merch.
The two that stick out to me, obviously being a massive Manic Street Preachers and Beach Boys fan, are the Manics ‘Your Love Alone Is Not Enough’ special 12″ with added demos and Bambu, the unreleased second album demos by Dennis Wilson, drummer of America’s greatest pop band. These songs have been available on the special double CD of Dennis’ one classic record Pacific Ocean Blue, but this is the first time that you can get them separately and obviously they are fucking BRILLIANT. 🙂 #RSD2017
For Polanski fans such as myself, just a note that there is a new three disc Blu collection with Repulsion, Cul De Sac and Knife In The Water with extras including mini movies from Polanski’s past, a South Bank Show special on the genius director and a Russell Harty interview. The same extras appear on all three discs, so you can pick them up at 9.99 each if you want, but really, you want all three, RIGHT? 29.99. HMV. Now. 🙂